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Tackling AI and Multi-Domain Workloads in Real Time with PCIe Gen 4.0

Data collection on the electronic battlefield has exploded to levels unimaginable just a decade
ago, in terms of both complexity and sheer volume. In parallel, adversaries have added increasingly
sophisticated capabilities, steadily decreasing the timeframes available for effective response.
Future multi-domain operations aim to rapidly synchronize and integrate services and technologies across the six warfighting domains to deter and defend on any battlefield.

As today’s deployed server designs continue to demand faster processing of more data, they are encountering a new bottleneck—data-path bandwidth. PCIe (peripheral component interconnect express) Gen 3.0, a component interconnect mainstay since 2010, can no longer keep up with system requirements. Throughput has stagnated. Fortunately, a straightforward upgrade path is now viable. PCIe Gen 4.0, with double the bandwidth, is supported by new, rugged, and deployable server-class technology.

Learn why PCIe Gen 4.0 matters. 

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